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Finalists named for British Roast Dinner Week's mystery diner competition

02 October 2012 by
Finalists named for British Roast Dinner Week's mystery diner competition

Finalists named for British Roast Dinner Week's mystery diner competition

Five finalists have been chosen for the prestigious "Best British Roast Dinner" title, sponsored by Knorr Gravy.

The finalists are: Sam and Barbara Price, the Craven Arms, Cheltenham; Susan Moiser, South Causey Inn, County Durham; Danielle Wild, the Phoenix Inn, Hampshire; Fiona Gilchrist, the Spotted Cow, Derby and Peter Reed, Aston Villa Football Club's Restaurant VMF, Birmingham.

Each of the finalists will now receive a visit from British Roast Dinner Week's mystery diner expert, to be secretly scored on everything from the promotion of their roast dinners to how much gravy they serve.

To follow their progress visit www.britishroastdinnerweek.co.uk.

By Lisa Jenkins

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